I have 2 instances of Jira on the Standard plan, I did it this way because in one of them I intend to use the Premium plan, and the other to keep the Standard plan - we will do this when we are more experienced.
My doubt, is it possible to join the instances and the charge be proportional, or is the best way to keep it separate?
>is it possible to join the instances and the charge be proportional
No, you can only run a system on one plan at a time.
You'll be able to link them together technically, so they can work together, but they will still be two separate systems, with two separate plans.
The most common scenario is that you start using Jira in the standard plan and then later when you need premium features upgrade the same instance to a premium plan. The upgrade is inmediate and transparent for you.
What's the purpose of having two instances?
Keep in mind that if you have two instances, if the same user need to access both instances you need to pay two licenses for that user.
Hello, first time using the community! Very good.
We have two business fronts, and I participate in both, and this will happen with other users, and what we want is to have the Issues consolidated, to have a better view.
Sorry for the english, I'm using Google Translate.
I'm from Brazil
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